Griffith joins MSM Higher Ed as founding member
MSM Higher Ed Pathways has announced Griffith University as a founding member in Australia, joining five other partner institutions around the globe.
As a strategic MSM Higher Ed partner, the Australian institution will articulate Foundation entry requirements and pathway programs to its campus, as well as act in MSM’s Global Advisory Consortia, providing advice on ongoing pathway program development.
“Griffith University is delighted to be partnering with MSM Higher Education on this exciting initiative”
“Griffith University is delighted to be partnering with MSM Higher Education on this exciting initiative,” said Griffith University vice president (Global) Sarah Todd.
“We are committed to providing students with pathways that provide them with an excellent academic preparation into the university, and look forward to welcoming students to Griffith in the coming years.”
Other founding members include Frostburg State University, Hartwick College, Hawaii Pacific University and University of Charleston in the US, and Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, Scotland.
A new pathway curriculum designed by founding members will be carried out at MSM Higher Ed delivery centres in over 50 cities across the globe in the coming three years.
MSM is hoping to attract 26 founding members in destination countries, such as Canada, US, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the rest of Europe.
“By making available pathway options that allow students to begin their studies in or near their home country with sure options to complete their degree abroad, we make international education more accessible and affordable,” explained Donna Hooker, MSM Higher Ed president.
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